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Jan 10, 2010 10:00am EST
which are members of the united nations were not free nations, in asia, africa and latin america, which include countries like india. even china was not a member of the united nations. so we must be very clear which world we live in. it will only be correct to impair the aberrations of the past. alan friedman lets talk about the relations with the obama administration. there is a rumour that a new usindia trade and investment agreement is near: is that true? >>sharma: that is true. we had a meeting ofhe usindia trade policy forum, i have been to washington, ron kirk has been here twice: he came for the wto ministerial, he also came for the trade forum. the focal groups have met, we are going to sign a framework of cooperation on trade and invtment, hopefully during the forthcoming visit of the prime minister and later on we will have the treaty of the tradeand investment agreement. and there are other developments on the way, we are talking about them. >>friedman: what about progress with theuropean union? where does india stand? >>sharma: we have had many rounds of discussions on trade
WHUT
Jan 3, 2010 10:00am EST
including... the huge investment kia cars made into americas heartland. >>the economic impact over the next few years, between now and 2012, will be somewhere around 6 point 5 billion dollars from this one project. >> abirached: and malaysias role in the new world order and the rebirth of decoupling we speak to the md of malaysias huge investment holding company kasanah nasional . >>the growth epicentre is, has been accelerated by the crisis to move eastwards >> abirached and the serious money to be made from the mid life crisis, >>people of my age grew up on easy rider and that was sort of the bike that you always saw in the shops and you wanted >> abirached: the last year has been catastrophic for the us auto sector, which despite the cash for clunkers scheme is still in a sorry state. however one region, got a jump start from an unlikely source. while american carmakers cut thousands of jobs, close hundreds of dealerships and even file for bankruptcy, kia motors is making a multibillion dollar foray into the country. its the sign theyve been waiting for - west point georgia is the unlike
WHUT
Jan 17, 2010 10:00am EST
with america, and that captured me. and then when i read about her and read her own writing, i was also very inspired by the fact that she just refused to accept boundaries for her dreams. and so what if she wanted to fly in the 1920s and 30s when flying was a dance of death each time, you know, she never even thought, or she's a female or she's, and women are supposed to be at home. she just assumed that was her dream and she was going to systematically find a way to do it. but what also struck me was how she balanced the ecstasy she felt in the sky with her responsibilities she had on the earth. she always wanted to engage with the world beyond herself and i think that seesaw between passion and responsibility is a seesaw we are all on in the modern day. and we all try and find that route, men or women, and i wanted to be in amelia's company as she figured that out. >>abirached: how do you feel the story resonates today with what is happening in the aviation industry? >>nair: well i think thanks to amelia and gene vidal and all those people in the 20s and 30s, their dream was to make aviat
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